Thanks for posting. Research pretty much concludes that performing oral sex is a risk for HPV, but no one can say just how much of a risk. Tictoc is absolutely right, "genital" types of HPV prefer skin in that part of the body and are much less prone to become established and cause anything orally. HPV is very common, oral sex is very common...but oral warts aren't.
There is very little guidance for couples here. HPV does not have to be visible to be transmitted, but the risk is probably greatest when warts are present. Warts that have cleared for six months or more are unlikely to return and many experts think the risk of transmission is also diminished at this point. That cannot be proven, though.
I hope this helps. Post again if you'd like to chat more about this.
Oh, and Parteepink? You are so NOT
dirty and horrible! HPV is so incredibly common that virtually all sexually active people will have one or more HPV infections in their lifetime. The only difference between you and the rest of the world is you were actually diagnosed. What you ARE is very, very normal!